Perfect for a party, or just a great make-ahead option for lunch or dinner! Lamb Liver and Wild Game Terrine with Pistachios and Cranberries
Game terrine recipe | BBC Good Food
Stephen, my head chef, brought some crab apples to work recently and made this jelly. As with the quinces, the cooked apples turn from a clear gold colour to a soft, rosy-pink hue. The jelly is terrific with roast rabbit or game terrine, or spread on leg ham in a sandwich.
This makes an impressive starter for a supper party, served with home-made quince jelly or spiced pears and a few elegantly-arranged salad leaves, but it's equally good for lunch with hunks of country.